Alessandro Trimarco was born in Bologna, on the 13th December 1979.
Since he was a child he showed a natural vocation for music.
He spent his childhood, in a quiet and content enviromeny, devoting his time to his studies, friends and family.
His studies achieve very good results, listening to music as a background and in a few moments he was often surprised to run along with Rossin,s symphonies, his favourite composer, with the a help of a “grissino”, which he use as a conductor’s baton.
At a very young he runs the choir of Ceretolo church, suburb of Casalecchio di Reno, where he lived with his parents and grand-parents.
While he was enrolled to I.T.C.S “Gaetano Salvemini”, he attended an experimental course of cinematography, enlarging his own interest in this field.
In 1997 he actively took part to the production of a Cd rom, dealing with safety in schools
And collaborated in the making of a corto movie, about the historical revival of the Casalecchio Lido, in which he composed the musical score.
In 1998 he achieved his diploma with very good results and enrolled to the DAMS- music profile by the Bologna University.
Self taught, along with his great charisma and his strong personality, he composed, sang and played, moving naturally from the bass to the guitar, from the keyboard to the drums and the piano to the percussion.
He recorded as a special guest a tape with “Caldobrado”, a band he used to part of, which was realeased posthumously.
In the material published beyond his technical abilities as a bass player, you can appreciate his voice as well in the “Welcome the Day”, which obtained great success among young people.
Among his musical production it must be remembered “Dirty Loved One”, “Apnea”, “Volo”, “Scivolo”, “Luna”.
There are a number of songs, soundtracks and music which he left incomplete, left as testimony to his skills.
His disappearance left an unfillable emptiness among the people who loved and knew him.